Category: Food for thought
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Sabbatical Progress Oct. 5th
Today’s task is to learn about object mutability. Also, my wife is exceedingly beautiful.
Sabbatical Progress Sept. 14th
Today’s project is to extend my understanding of classes, methods, constructors, and inheritance by creating a new class based on aggregating, sequencing, and then parsing properties of a variable-length set of input classes. This would be very analogous to establishing a Minecraft-style crafting system where sets of ingredients conditionally determine the crafting output’s characteristics (properties) […]
Sabbatical Progress Sept 10th
Today I jump into event listeners and callback functions to make a UI responsive to user inputs. Last night’s processing of Social Security Administration datafiles into workable data tables (about 2.5 million records) went very well, although it did overwhelm Excel completely. Will switch to line-by-line parsing in PHP or similar as that has no […]
Sabbatical Progress Sept. 9th
Continued learning about recursive programming (OO and functional styles) with extending yesterday’s hierarchical model of the universe with procedural name generation by entity type. For example, planets are named according to specific rules and the outputs should look credible and distinct from how we name people on those planets.
Sabbatical progress Sept. 3rd
Sabbatical progress Aug. 25th
Sabbatical Progress Aug. 24th
Today was the first official day of progress on my Fall semester sabbatical. Unofficially, I started in on my plans late in the summer after finishing teaching summer camp and an online course. My primary goal for the sabbatical is to sharpen the spearpoint on my cobbled-together-over-the-years scripting/coding/programming/automation skills. Until now, I’ve dabbled in HTML, […]
Nothing like a deadline…
Ran across this site today. I like the premise of it. It helps to clarify a few priorities.